Welcome Adobe Post!
We’ve been on the journey of Creative Cloud for over three years now, providing tools and services that transform how creatives work across desktops and devices. While there is a lot more to be done to help our customers succeed in an increasingly multi-screen world, I feel proud of how far we have come in bringing our initial vision to life. But a little known secret is that the vision for Creative Cloud also includes enabling creativity for everyone- not just creative professionals. We want to take all the amazing technology and innovation from Adobe and put it behind very easy to use apps, so anyone who has a story to tell, an idea to share, or a voice they want to be heard, can do so – creatively.
You may have played with Adobe Voice and Adobe Slate which were our first foray in this space. Both of them have received amazing feedback from users (plus Editor’s Choice awards, Tabby Awards and more). Today I am thrilled and excited to introduce you to Adobe Post, a free iPhone app which is part of the same family. Post, like Adobe Voice and Adobe Slate, is about fast, fun and gorgeous storytelling. Adobe Post allows anyone to turn photos and text into beautifully designed graphics and share them on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram in seconds.
This is what some Post users have to say about the app:
“Adobe Post has undoubtedly become one of my company’s most valued business solutions. In a world full of complexity, it’s great to have a solution like Post that is simple, easy to use, and effective. Not to mention, it’s helped my company save time and money.” Ashley Spencer, Founder of women’s apparel retailer Naomi Ruth
“Despite not being a designer, I’m able to make valuable and engaging images leveraging my own photography – on my phone – in a matter of minutes. These images translate into lasting engagement for my brand. Wearing my designer hat never felt so good!” Jon Woodroof, ex bike-shop owner and Founder of the Twotone Consulting agency
If you have a point of view, a cause you want to promote, or just want to express an idea, give Adobe Post a whirl. We can’t wait to see what you create with Adobe Post (use #madewithpost). Follow Adobe Post @adobepost on Twitter and Instagram and check out the team’s blog at blog.post.adobe.com.